How to Make a DIY UNIVERSAL REMOTE CONTROL

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HUv4y56Uwzs&feature=youtu.be

Step 1: To Do a DIY UNIVERSAL REMOTE CONTROL You Need!!!

In today’s video I am going to share a brilliant idea about how to make a DIY universal remote control.
For making a DIY remote control at home we will only need 2 infrared diodes and a 3.5 mm. headphone mini jack.

Step 2: in Some Cases When a Remote Control Break Down, It Is So Hard to Find a Substitute.

Sometimes it’s impossible because of your electric appliances’ rarity or because of the fact that its production stopped. In such a case a DIY universal remote control will help you out. It will even save your money.

Step 3: In Case If Your Brother, Sister, Mother or Father Watch What They Are Interested In, Leaving You No Choice I Think You Know What to Do.

Change channels with our DIY remote control and enjoy yourself.

Step 4: I Will Keep My Fingers Crossed for You to Succeed in Art.

Bye, bye!

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    8 Discussions

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    IanB219

    1 year ago

    I am confused about using two IR LEDs and sanding them. Can I just use one, and what part of the headset jack are you soldering to?

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    kamalS14

    3 years ago

    I like the way you make it easy to do

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    vardaan1234

    3 years ago

    liked your instructable but can it be performed by a single emmitter

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    jasonjang

    3 years ago

    IMHO, App's name is "Universal Remote Control V3.x.APK". isn't it ?

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    HassanY3

    3 years ago

    which App are you using?

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    rayo_viegas

    3 years ago

    dont work for me :( maybe the app don´t work... :S

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    mortenlc

    3 years ago

    The pictures are great, but could you try to write a little bit about what you are doing? it is hard to see, what's happening to the LED's.

    And of course; which App are you using?

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    ncarmichael

    3 years ago

    What's the software they are using for this, it doesn't seem to be mentioned